Working with Hospitals and Healthcare ITSM for More than 17 Years.
You’re facing a constantly changing IT landscape and increasingly demanding support environments. We understand that. Our track record in Healthcare ITSM, with hospitals and other healthcare organizations, has given us the perspective required to help you.
“Aptris is in general very organized, responsive and, most importantly, they make it clear, BY THEIR ACTIONS, that they care about us as a client.”
–Project Manager from Midwest healthcare service organization
Aptris’ Private Data Compliance app, built exclusively for ServiceNow, is taking data redaction to an entirely new level, giving you more control over who sees what than ever before.
You Play a Unique Role in Healthcare:
“The representatives brought an enormous amount of expertise to the table. Very helpful and very responsive to our needs.”
–Executive Sponsor from Southwest healthcare organization
It’s About Leverage.
Leveraging our experience working with some of the most prestigious and largest healthcare providers in the country, Aptris can build a comprehensive Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) program for hospitals and other healthcare organizations that will make meeting client needs easier and less risky.
Aptris’ ITSM programs are extremely comprehensive and can include:
IT Governance Risk & Compliance
“We were (and are) very pleased and impressed by the Aptris team’s dedication, professionalism, responsiveness to our development goals, quality of their development work, and follow-up on any issues we presented to them. We look forward to continuing our ServiceNow journey together!”
–Project Manager from East Coast healthcare organization
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